When it comes to wardrobe organization and storage, one size does not fit all. Which is why we’ve fallen head over heels in love with our modular Sarah Storage System. Whether you’re a fashion minimalist or maximalist, you can cure your closet woes and create a neater and more streamlined wardrobe in any space.
We’ve rounded up seven examples of how you can combine Sarah Storage pieces to create a dressing area that’s as lust-worthy as your favorite designer handbag. The end result? Getting dressed will be less of a hassle and more of a pleasure.
1. Design Your Dream Walk-In Closet
Transform your master bedroom closet or even a spare bedroom into a truly customized closet. Mix and match pieces for floor-to-ceiling storage with shelves, cubbies, hanging rods and drawers. From boots to handbags, jewelry to dresses, everything has its place.
2. Tuck Into a Closet
Make a smaller closet more versatile by optimizing every square inch. Add closet organizers that can divide your clothing and keep shoes visible. Hang a mirror on the back of your closet door and add a storage ottoman or chair just outside your closet to create a “dressing area” feel.
3. Claim a Corner
Is your closet the size of a shoebox? Hope is not lost. It’s just time to think outside said shoebox. You can easily transform an unused corner, dormer window or niche into your own little dressing area. The Petite Shoe Storage is particularly great for spaces with a sloped ceiling.
4. Corral Your Shoes
If you are a self-proclaimed Carrie Bradshaw, then you probably need the extra storage just for your shoe collection. The open cubby design of the Shoe & Boot Storage Tower lets you grab your favorite pair and go. Here’s an extra tip: You can position the cabinets with the longer cubbies at top or bottom.
5. Organize Jewelry & Accessories
Store your jewelry, bags and scarves in a beautiful way and find what you want easily. If the Jewelry Storage component is a part of your larger closet system, then you can easily match your accessories as you dress.
6. Combine Your Storage Needs
When you’re short on space, you have to find ways to maximize storage. Use the fabric-lined cubbies to house a variety of items, like your bedtime reading, decorative accessories, workout gear and charging station.
7. Make a Vanity
Combine the taller towers with the petite storage to create a U-shape with room to hang a mirror in the middle for checking makeup and trying on accessories. Display perfume bottles and jewelry trays atop the shelf for an instant vanity.